Jacquelyn R. Matchett
“We work to help people through difficult legal issues and explore every avenue to obtain justice.”
Jacquelyn R. Matchett joined Rosner & Tucker, P.C. in 2015 after serving as a judicial law clerk in the Criminal Division of the Burlington County Superior Court, where she worked on a wide range of legal and constitutional issues. During her time with the court, she learned the importance of client advocacy — knowledge she uses to help her clients today.
Jacquelyn has lived in South Jersey for the majority of her life and graduated with Honors from Rutgers University New Brunswick with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice with minors in Psychology and Sociology. She earned her law degree from Rutgers Camden School of Law. During law school, she worked in the Child and Family Advocacy Clinic and received the Dean’s Pro Bono Award for participating in various programs, including Street Law, the Domestic Violence Project, and the Voter’s Rights Project. Jacquelyn was also an Associate New Developments Editor and authored articles for the Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion.
Jacquelyn is licensed to practice law in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
- Member, NJ State Bar
- Member, PA State Bar
- Member, United States District Court Bar for the District of New Jersey
- J.D. Rutgers Camden School of Law 2014
- B.A. Rutgers University 2011 (Cum Laude)
“I know they say if you love what you do, you’ll never work a day in your life. Well I don’t buy that. I think if you love what you do, you’re going to work all day, every day, harder than everyone else until they shut the lights off on you.”
– Brian Dawkins